Surface Pro 3 Skipping pxe

Hello everybody,

I hope my English is OK for you to understand,  my problem is we are rolling out Microsoft Surface Pro 3 to our other sites and having problems on sites when they pxe boot while the Surface is in secure boot enabled it skips ipv4, ipv6 then goes to Windows that came with the Surface.

Our Surface is using Microsoft Surface Docking an they work perfectly here in HQ.

Our other site configurations are SCCM, WDS, DHCP & DNS on the same server. 67 & 66 are both enabled otherwise the WDS will not start.

I will include later a log on what is happening and pls tell if I need to remove any confeditial info from the log file before sending it.

Thank for your help with this.
SeekerI.T Technician L2Asked:
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SeekerI.T Technician L2Author Commented:
Thank you for all the feedback that where and follow up I'my sorry to say this but after much digging I found the I.T from those sites where using Docking to install the OS, so after cleaning the computers I found the issue was now resolved.

Thank you very much again.
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
That is by design as pxe is not a secure boot environment, therefor you you have to disable secure boot to  use a pxe boot, once the operating system is installed you can re-enable secure boot
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SeekerI.T Technician L2Author Commented:
Thank you David for your response but like I said before at HQ we the Tablets and we have the Secure  Boot enabled and they're working perfect and boot image is made for the Secure Boot configuration.

I'm sorry that I did not mention that all the other computers are booting correctly on those sites with secure boot enabled only the Surface Pro 3 with the docking is not working but when I create the machine in the SCCM console some sites work.
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SeekerI.T Technician L2Author Commented:
Here's the PXE log as promised and to say again PXE boot for Secure boot works for the other site except a few sites and this is one of the site logs.

I hope this can explain.

Thank you.
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SeekerI.T Technician L2Author Commented:
Can anybody help with this or do you need more info.

Thanks for your help with this
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
no pxe log
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SeekerI.T Technician L2Author Commented:
I thought i did enter it but here it is again and sorry for the inconvienece caused.
PXE-Log.txt
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
what is the difference between a working and a non-working PXE in the logs. Must the machine be in the database? boot from network is the first item in the boot order?
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SeekerI.T Technician L2Author Commented:
This thread can  now be closed
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CIRIITCommented:
I am having the same problem. What do you mean after cleaning the computers the issue was resolved?
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